Revolving Armoire, 6 ft. 4 in. high x 29 in. wide x 15 in. deep,
The elegant 6-piece Edwardian style antique bedroom set from the 1920's below
a Three-Mirror Vanity,
6 ft. 5 in. high x 30 in. wide x 22 in. deep,
a Spacious Five-Drawer
Dresser, 34 in. high x 50 in. wide x 22 in. deep,
Twin Beds, 55 in.
high at the headboard x 6 ft. 7 in. long x 41 in. wide,
and a Decorative Mirror,
47 in. high x 27 in. wide,
The armoire, vanity, beds, mirror and chairs are all in excellent condition.
The dresser is in very good condition. It has a small chip in the veneer and a few dark spots on top.
set has been the property of one owner.
each day to the cheerful, elegant Edwardian style of this charming bedroom set!
Front view of Armoire
Side view of Armoire
Open view of the revolving top
level of the Armoire
Foot Board of Bed
This antique Chinese hand-carved teak screen is in
It has three large beautifully decorated panels, each
of which is 6 ft. 6 1/2 inches high x 17 1/2 inches wide.
Additional Bedroom Mirrors
Chinese Ceramic Umbrella Stand
Fully Functional 1962 Magnavox Home
B&W Television, Stereo & Phonograph (Cabinet may be refitted with
current model TV)
Pair of Wharfedale Speakers (currently
attached to the Magnavox console)
Dining Room Table has two available
one-foot-wide inserts (not shown)
One of four Dining Room Chairs
Framed Painted Fan
Oil Painting by George Turner, 24" x
Oil Painting by Alois Zabehlicky, 23 x 19
"In a Berkshire Lane"
Oil Painting by Alfred de Breanski, Jr., 15 x 23 inches
Oil on Board Romantic Scene Painting 1 by
Oil on Board Romantic Scene Painting 2 by
Fine Sarouk Carpets (Various Sizes)
Georgian Style Chair (Cushion interior and
matching fabric available)
Vienna Style vase
Vienna style lamp
Mythical Scene in Bisque Porcelain,
signed Angelika Kaufmann
Gold-Decorated Bohemian Glass Vase
German Plume Porcelian Basket
Gold Decorated Meissen Tray
Pair of Mythical Representations in Bisque
Neo-Gothic Long Case Chiming Clock
Detail of neo-Gothic Long Case Chiming
Tall Gold-Decorated Vase
1920's Pathfinder Luggage made exclusively
for Saks Fifth Avenue
"Steamer Trunk" used for a
voyage from New York to San Francisco via the Panama Canal
in the 1920's. . . . but which can also function as a unique dresser today,
with an area to hang clothing and store items on the opposite side.